Libyan army announced destroying Qatari, Turkish weapons in Tripoli

The Libyan National Army announced on Tuesday the destruction of weapons that arrived from Turkey and Qatar to Tripoli, noting that the commander of the army, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, presided over a military meeting in order to finalize the "liberation of the capital from the hands of the militias."

The director of the Department of Moral Guidance in the Libyan National Army, Brigadier Khaled Al Mahjoub, said in an interview with "Sky News Arabia": The operation launched by the army led by Haftar managed to destroy a large percentage of the military supplies that reached the "militias in Tripoli from Qatar and Turkey."

It is noteworthy that the Libyan National Army has launched a military campaign since last April to "liberate the capital Tripoli from the grip of the militias."
The battle launched by the Libyan army managed to eliminate a large percentage of the capabilities of the militias that arrived from Turkey and Qatar, such as vehicles and aircraft.

He continued: "The militias invaded Tripoli and obtained terrible possibilities. We eliminated the capabilities of armies inside the city from ammunition stores, weapons, machinery, and equipment, some of them coming from Turkey and Qatar."

Brigadier Al Mahjoub stressed that the issue of decisiveness in Tripoli needs special tactics, such as preventing reprisals, securing public and private facilities, and avoiding chaos.
Source: Sky News 

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